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    1. Colorado's Optiv files for an IPO

      Colorado's Optiv files for an IPO

      Denver-based cybersecurity company Optiv Inc. has filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to become a publicly traded company. The filing on Friday puts Optiv in line to be the first major IPO in Denver tech circles since Zayo Group, a Boulder-based business telecom, went public in the fall of 2014. Optiv plans to be listed on the New York Stock Exchange with the ticker symbol “OPTV.”

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    2. Colorado congressmen call for cybersecurity measures after hack attacks | U.S. House of Representatives

      Colorado congressmen call for cybersecurity measures after hack attacks | U.S. House of Representatives

      Last month, Perlmutter introduced a bill to provide incentives for businesses to fortify their computer systems against cyber-attacks. Called the Data Breach Insurance Act, it would offer a 15 percent tax credit to companies that buy data breach insurance and adopt the National Institute of Standards and Technology Cybersecurity Framework computer standard.

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    3. What's a hot job right now? Try the cybersecurity industry

      What's a hot job right now? Try the cybersecurity industry

      If you're looking for a job in one of the hottest markets, you might try looking into cybersecurity jobs. According to Level 3 Communications Inc. of Broomfield (Nasdaq: LVLT), there's going to be a shortfall of 1.5 million cybersecurity jobs in the next three years, growing from the 1 million job openings that there are currently...

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    4. New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      The National Cybersecurity Center didn't have to go far to find its first CEO. The center's board selected Ed Rios, vice chairman of its Cyber Institute and a Colorado Springs-based cybersecurity consultant, to head the center as of Saturday.

      Board members unanimously selected Rios from 13 applicants, including two other finalists who were interviewed by the board, said Ed Anderson, the center's interim executive director...

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    5. Colorado Tech Summit returns to Denver

      Colorado Tech Summit returns to Denver

      The technology sector now makes up more than 11 percent of Colorado's. To support further growth, the Colorado Technology Association will host the Colorado Tech Summit on Oct. 19 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. Gov. John Hickenlooper will open one of the sessions discussing cybersecurity and Colorado's role in the industry...

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    6. Gardner To Introduce Legislation to Impose Sweeping Cyber Sanctions on Russia

      Gardner To Introduce Legislation to Impose Sweeping Cyber Sanctions on Russia

      Washington, DC – Senator Cory Gardner (R-CO), Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific, and International Cybersecurity, today announced his intention to introduce legislation that sanctions Russia’s cyber criminals following the Obama Administration’s public accusation that Russia authorized cyber-attacks on U.S. political organizations. 

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    7. Colorado Team Tackles Cybersecurity Awareness - Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology

      Colorado Team Tackles Cybersecurity Awareness - Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology

      October’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month is designed to make a dent in cyber crime by creating awareness about hackers and their latest techniques, and letting people know how they can protect themselves. Governor John Hickenlooper has proclaimed October Cyber Security Awareness month for Colorado.

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    8. Level 3 warns of internet 'attack of things;' your cameras, DVRs are at risk

      Level 3 warns of internet 'attack of things;' your cameras, DVRs are at risk

      Level 3 Communications Inc. is warning of a possible online attack of your home DVR, camera, and internet router. The Broomfield company (Nasdaq: LVLT) said it's seeing a rise in malware attacks on Internet of Things (IoT) items, "of which 95 percent were cameras and DVRs, roughly 4 percent were home routers and less than 1 percent were compromised Linux servers."

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